Copenhagen, Denmark, 23 August, 2023 – Danmon Group will promote its expertise in the broadcast, governmental, educational and corporate sectors at IBC 2023. Exhibiting on stand 8.B60, the company will be represented by key staff from Scandinavia, Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Asia.
“IBC continues to be a useful forum for one-to-one meetings both with suppliers and clients,” says Danmon Group Chief Operating Officer Christoffer Kay. “Danmon Group has the proven experience necessary to guide existing and new customers through a highly fragmented technology sector in their quest for maximum operational efficiency.
“Our primary focus continues to be on reinforcing Danmon Group’s position as a strong global player in sales, service and systems integration for the broadcast and entertainment segment. We understand the business challenges faced by customers and the ways in which new technology and consumer behaviour influences technology, workflow and infrastructure decisions.”
“A key element of the Danmon Group’s activity is to help customers navigate in an industry impacted by rapid technical advancement. New patterns of consumption and revenue streams, driven by the enormous amount of content and variety of viewing platforms available, require an adaptability and readiness that challenge the current operating platforms of broadcast and media companies.
“Our advantage over smaller players in the market stems from the Danmon Group’s ability to draw on a large pool of internal specialists from across Europe. We have the full resources necessary to design, deliver, integrate and fully test systems of any size in practically any location.
Part of the Dan Technologies organisation, Danmon Group combines in-depth experience with the ability to implement new technology quickly and efficiently. Established in 1981, it operates globally and acts locally with offices in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain, Germany, Vietnam, Spain and Portugal.
The Danmon Group covers a wide range of competencies and skills required in today’s advanced media sector including traditional broadcast, IT/IP, RF, satellite, virtual studios, archiving and storage, OTT and streaming platforms, as well as API and workflow management software.